Sagar Mohite is a computational artist and an engineer based in New York City. His work has been an exploration in combining principles of design and computational sciences to generate visualizations.


Myslite was unified music service application that I made. It is a music hub that integrates music services from and combines them with location services from Here Maps and social network like Twitter to provide a superior listening and music discovery experience.

It enables people to share the music they are listening to on a map in real-time as well as view information about friends’ playlists et al. It also displays personalised music recommendation and worldwide music trends in major cities responsively on a map. I was inspired by the semantics of music while designing the user interface for the app. In a way similar to musical notes, ancient languages often had a meaning attached to individual syllables or letters. This was a reason behind using the archaic Glagolitic typography as a theme for the interface. It is called ‘Myslite’ which means thought in Glagolitsa. It is a native Windows 8 application made entirely in C# and XAML.

Above are some of the screenshots of the last working prototype of the app (no, they are not wireframes). If you are interested in making a fork feel free to ping me.